I can’t believe we might be going through this again.
Exactly a year ago we were in this same situation - the only good thing now is that God is allowing me to be present. I am now able to be there for my mother unlike last year.
Everything that has happened the last few months, all of these trials have made me realize how strong I am and how much I can depend on God only.
I am extremely grateful for the good and bad.
Gotta keep my head up.
— Sarah Dessen, This Lullaby (via feellng)
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— Henry David Thoreau, Walden (via feellng)